How to Get Rid of Static in Adobe Premiere


Adobe Premiere Pro is high-end, timeline-based video editing software. Adobe Premiere Pro has been used in television, stage and film productions from "Superman Returns" to Madonna's Confessions Tour. The software can handle up to 10240-by-8192 resolution and has 5.1 surround sound available. Like most video editing software, your end product is a combination of your inputs and the software's magic; if you have a scratchy-sounding audio track, Adobe Premiere can remove the static.

Things You'll Need

  • Adobe Premier Pro CS5
  • Click and drag the footage from the Projects window on the upper left to the timeline at the bottom right.

  • Click the "Effects" tab at the lower left to open the Effects panel.

  • Click the arrow to the left of "Audio Effects."

  • Click the type of audio mode you recorded with. The vast majority of the time, this will be "Stereo."

  • Click and drag the "DeNoiser" effect from the Effects panel onto your audio track on the timeline.

  • Click the "Effect Control" tab at the top middle pane, then click "Audio Effects."

  • Click the arrow to the left of "DeNoiser," then click the arrow to the left of "Individual Parameters."

  • Click the arrow to the left of "Reduction." Click the slider and slide it to the left. Test the audio by clicking the "Play" button on the preview monitor. Adjust the slider as necessary.

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